Five time champions! Mapi and Majo reign in Portugal 23/09/2018 En Español LIVE: Follow the Menorca Challenger Final here! The Race 2022 is over: Who has qualified for the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master Final? Mexico Open: Navarro and Tello best Lima and Stupaczuk to win first title together Salazar and Triay win fourth straight tournament, push title fight to Master Final Mexico Open semi-finals: Tello pips Chingotto in emotional first encounter since split Josemaria and Sanchez dispatch Riera and Llaguno for ninth consecutive final Lima and Stupaczuk return to final after two-month absence with dominant Mexico display Salazar and Triay outlast Ortega and Gonzalez, reach 15th final of 2022 Chingotto and Garrido make first semi-final together in Mexico Open Riera and Llaguno dash Brea's Master Final hopes in Mexico quarter-finals Mexican mayhem: Sanz and Campagnolo knock out favourites Gutierrez and Tapia! Chingotto and Garrido survive three-set epic to make Mexican quarter-finals It was another great final between the world number one and two pairings. The Sanchez Alayeto sisters against Gemma Triay and Lucia Sainz. In the first set, Gemma's magic and Lucia's work rate left Jorge Martinez's players with no response. Mapi was suffering in defence and Majo was struggling to execute. All of this resulted in a 6-0 scoreline in favour of Triay and Sainz.In the second set, Mapi and Majo came looked like another couple of players. They broke early on and proved to Gemma and Lucia that the first set was merely a hiccup. That break was enough for the twins to see out the set 6-4 and force a decider.Almost two hours were on the clock and there was no champion in Portugal. The third set was the most even of the lot. The four players brought out their best and breaking serve was turning into mission impossible. In the eleventh game, Lucia and Gemma were serving to force a tiebreak but that's when the sisters broke. A broke that gave Mapi and Majo their fifth title of the season.